On the 31st floor of New York City’s historic Woolworth Building, a full-floor ultra-luxurious loft is on the market for $26.4 million, according to the property listing.
Once celebrated as the tallest building in the world, the 792-foot-tall neo-Gothic Woolworth Building––developed by retail magnate F.W. Woolworth and designed by architect Cass Gilbert in 1913––was restored and converted into high-end residences, known as The Woolworth Tower Residences, according to the property website.
Spanning from the 29th floor to the 33rd floor, the 33 condominiums at 2 Park Place were designed by French architect, Thierry W Despont, and completed in 2017 by Alchemy Properties.
A total of eight rooms make up 5,991 square feet of the four-bedroom, five-bathroom apartment, which is accessed via a private elevator. Unit 31A, furnished with solid oak herringbone floors, oversized windows, and over 10-foot-high ceilings, is attached to two private terraces (totaling 632 square feet), which are framed by original terra cotta and copper detailing of the building.
Marbled bathrooms are designed with custom Dada cabinetry and Dornbracht platinum finish fittings, and the kitchen is detailed with Calacatta Caldia marble countertops and back splashes, as well as equipped with Miele appliances.
In the oversized master suite, city and river views are seen from every angle. There are two walk-in closets, a steam shower, a free-standing tub, a double vanity, and Calacatta Prima marble heated floors.
The Woolworth Tower Residences offer exceptional amenities, including the Woolworth Pool, The Gilbert Lounge, a fitness studio, a wine cellar and tasting room, and on-site parking.
The listing is held by Stan Ponte and Joshua Judge of Sotheby’s International Realty.
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